I think people like to be scared. I think people like tension and suspense in a movie.
I think people like to be thrilled and excited. And a scary movie is a safe way to do that because you're not actually doing it. It's entertainment. You know that you're in the confines of this two-hour space of safety in the movie house.
I think people like to have their categories clear. They want to know if it's fiction or fact, biopic or not.
I think people like to see a little larceny in their heroes.
I think people like to see the lives of artists that are legends. They always go through the dark periods and I think just as humans we like to see that and them coming out of it. I love those kinds of movies.
I think people like to think I'm in some way financially dependent on my family -- on my dad -- but the fact of the matter is I've been emancipated from my father since I was 14 years old. That's something people don't know or understand.
I think people like watching edgy things.
I think people listen to whatever they think is good.
I think people look at me and don't expect much. Even though, I expect a whole lot.
I think people look at revolution too much in terms of power. I think revolution has to be seen more anthropologically, in terms of transitions from one mode of life to another.
I think people look at revolution too much in terms of power. I think revolution has to be seen more anthropologically, in terms of transitions from one mode of life to another. We have to see today in light of the transition, say, from hunting and gathering to agriculture, and from agriculture to industry, and from industry to post-industry. We're in an epoch transition.
I think people look great in black. I love that what stands out is the person, especially. Black just conveys a kind of drama, even if it can be quiet drama. It does lend to the wearer a sense of confidence.
I think people looked at me as one of them -- an ordinary girl from an ordinary family with a voice they could recognise.
I think people love each other a little more than they hate each other ... Love has a slim hold on the human corporation, like fifty-one per cent, but it's enough.
I think people love fundamental science.
I think people love having a person behind a brand who lives it. The idea of storytelling is really important.
I think people love it when anybody acts bad; it's not particular to me.
I think people love nature after they experience it. I know I experienced it as a young man -- I took a lot of hikes, I was involved in scouting.
I think people love shows that are relationship-oriented. I think they love family shows.